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General Info

How to Getting in Nepal?

By Air: Nepal has only one international airport in capital city Kathmandu. There are a number of International Airlines with direct flights to Kathmandu. By air, you will arrive at the Trivuwan (Also spelt as Tribhuwan) International Airport in Kathmandu. Nepal Airlines- the national flag carrier of Nepal and other International Airlines operates direct flights to Kathmandu from…

Weather and Climate

Glance through the Nepal Photo Gallery Nepal’s weather is generally predictable and pleasant. Due to the geographical diversity such as tiny country has different climate season. The Tropical, Temperate and Tundra natures of climate are likewise encountered in its Terai belts, midland hills and then alpine regions. Nepal has respectively four seasons in a year - winter, spring, monsoon…

Nepal History

It’s been claimed that when a great lake filled Kathmandu valley, it was exhausted by the patriarch Manjushree as he wanted to get a closer look of Swayambhu (adhi-buddha), the beautiful lotus flower blossoming on the lake. Similarly in another saying, there is a saint named ‘NE’, thus named as "Nepal". Yet another claim says; 'Ne 'means wool &'pal'…

Flora and Fauna

Nepal is tiny country but it has vast diverse of geographical structure. The land form 60m sea level to until top of the world 8,848m and other gorges, plan, pathar, Trans Himalayan barren land, etc. Ranging from the subtropical forests of the Terai to the great peaks of the Himalayas in the north, Nepal abounds with a variety of…

Culture and Custom

Nepalese are highly cultural people with systematic and organized calendar for the rituals, ceremonies, festivals. Especially the Kathmandu Valley is famous for its own unique way of celebrating different Jatras or Festivals since the earliest history.  The distinct festivals of Nepal give a new dimension to Hindu and Buddhist religions. Nepalese are still deeply religious people – often to…

Ethnic Groups

According to Nepal census 2001 specified 103 distinct castes and ethnic groups including an "unidentified group". The identified major ethnic groups are Chhetri 15.8%, Brahmin or Bahun 12.7%, Magar 7.1%, Tharu 6.8%, Tamang 5.6%, Newar 5.5%, Muslim 4.3%, Kami 3.9%, Rai 2.7%, Gurung 2.5%, and Damai/Dholi 2.4%. The remaining 92 caste/ethnic groups (including the world-famous Sherpa) each constitute less…

Festivals in Nepal

A tiny country Nepal is not only a land of mountains but also a country full of colorful festivals. People of here celebrate over 50 festivals in a year. The most significant festival for Nepalese Hindus Dashain comes once in a year. Similarly Tihar is also another major festival and celebrated after Dashain. Besides, Buddha Jayanti (the celebration of…

Religions

Such a tiny country Nepal is a multi religious inhabitance. At one time, Nepal was worldwide known as the Hindu kingdom and the King was as an incarnation of the God Vishnu. Here are different religious aspects exist here and a strong tolerance between all of them. For example, Hindu people are often seen praying at the Buddhist shrines…

The Living Goddess “Kumari Devi”

Not only does Nepal have many gods, goddess, deities, Bodhisattvas (near Buddhas), avatars and manifestations, which are worshipped and revered as statues, images, paintings and symbols, but it also has a real living goddess. The Kumari Devi is a young girl who lives in the building known as the Kumari Ghar, right beside Kathmandu's Durbar Square. From time immemorial…

Popular Places to see

Famous all over the world, Nepal has many different things and sites to offer for sightseeing. The eye catching Himalayan views, unique culture and traditions, historical monuments, art and architecture, Hindu temples and Buddhist Stupas and monasteries, its people and their rites, and myths and mysteries make Nepal a unique place to visit. The first entry…

National Parks and Wildlife Reserves of Nepal

Nepal is rich in Geographic diversity and its natural beauties. The lowest land from 65 meters from sea level Kanchan Kalan at Jhapa districts to top of the world Mt. Everest (8,848m) is in Nepal. Here are many rivers which are origin from Himalaya, tranquil Lakes, Glacier and Steams. Different type of flora and fauna are found here, which…

Why Travel with Us?

Why Travel with Us? Nepal Mother House Treks has always considered the effect on the local community and environment in the areas in which we operate. We aim to support the local economy by using…

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